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20 Years After: The 911 Operator

Rhonda Mitchell was changed forever by the Los Angeles Riots

20 Years After: The Community Organizer

Aurea Montes-Rodriguez was changed forever by the riots

20 Years After: The Cop

Andrew Smith was changed forever by the Los Angeles Riots

20 Years After: The Good Samaritan

Titus Murphy was changed forever by the Los Angeles Riots

20 Years After: The Politician

Mark Ridley-Thomas was changed forever by the riots

20 Years After: The Survivor

In-Ha Cho was changed forever by the riots

A Whole New Badge

Today’s LAPD is more Latino, more engaged, and more honest about its past. Does any of that make us safer?

L.A. on Fire: Ted Soqui’s Dramatic Images of the 1992 Riots

Even photographers were targets during the melee. How one captured the chaos in black and white

Race in LA: See How We’ve Grown

Imagine Pittsburgh moving into L.A.—that’s how much our city’s population has swelled in two decades

For a Latino Reporter, Covering the ’92 Riots Meant Becoming a Spokesperson for “His People”

The riots needed their narrators, and Rubén Martínez embraced the role—until he didn’t